ZD 50mm F2.0 Macro lens


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drakon09

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Yup here's some advice:

BUY BUY BUY!

It is a fantastic piece of glass for all kinds of shots.
 

thorrey

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does anybody have sample of portraits with this lens? wanna have a looks..:p
planning to get one too..
 

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thorrey said:
does anybody have sample of portraits with this lens? wanna have a looks..:p
planning to get one too..
Pixs of my son:

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ya, I didn't regret of getting it early last year.
It can be good insect portraits lens too.

 

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#1 Cat Portrait


#2 Fish Portrait


All taken with the 50mm macro lens ;)
 

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I decided to buy after seeing all these pictures...will get from MScolor....any other cheap place to get?

thanks
 

thorrey

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Hoho...those photo looks like poison :D ..im going to get one soon..:p
 

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for close-up & portraits shooting only, EX25 is not required.
Unless you are interested in macro photography - shooting of insects like spiders etc.
The combination of EX25 and 50mm macro lens will give you an extended maximum image magnification; 0.98 times.
 

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Oh noes, now I have to postpone buying the FL-50 flash and get this 50mm F2! :bigeyes:
 

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cjtune said:
Oh noes, now I have to postpone buying the FL-50 flash and get this 50mm F2! :bigeyes:
ya, no need of flashlight with 50mm F2 lens
It's very a bright lens.
 

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hhho said:
ya, no need of flashlight with 50mm F2 lens
It's very a bright lens.
I still need a good external flash for indoor portraits and outdoor fill flashes. Artificial directional lighting can really change the mood or bring out the 3D details. The in-built 13GN flash is not good enough.
 

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With the lens, you still can shoot without a flash. Without a lens, you can't shoot photos. This is shot with an F2 lens this morning.

 

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hhho said:
ya, no need of flashlight with 50mm F2 lens
It's very a bright lens.
u dun shoot wide open all the time though, especially for macro shots, you'll generally step down to get a deeper depth of field.
 

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hi bro, iz diz taken wif EX 25?
Nope, just handheld and AF, and after that, tired eyes. :bsmilie:
 

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